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Make caramel apples at home

It’s fall, which means leaves on the ground, a cool breeze, the town fairs and all the snacks that come with it. If you’re like many people, not only do you enjoy the town fair but you also enjoy one of the staple foods – caramel apples! Crunchy and sweet, …

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Are Microwave Ovensdangerous to your Health

Every microwave oven produces micro wavelength radiation at about 2450 Mega Hertz (MHz) or 2.45 Giga Hertz (GHz) in a magnetron where electrons move under the influence of electromagnetic fields. Microwaves represent a very rapid and convenient way of preparing and heating food in comparison with other common ways. It …

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How to Lose Weight

This not only saves you tme but mega pounds on the waist as well as the wallet and its smple, freeze your meals. I work very long hours and have a family of four to feed. Also money is tight so I tend to buy (apart from milk and bread etc.) once a month …

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Foods that are Cheaper to Make than to Buy

The majority of foods are cheaper to make than to buy as ready meals in boxes,cans or frozen trays. You aren’t paying for all those extra chemicals and food colorings, preservatives and additives, plus without these additions food simply tastes far better. The trick to really saving money when making food …

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Appetizers Christmas Homemade

Whether you’re preparing Christmas dinner at your home or going to a friend or family members home for dinner think about preparing appetizers for you event. People love having appetizers before a meal, they’re like conversation food. People always seem comfortable visiting and snacking on appetizers. You don’t have to …

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Non Stick Pans Cast Iron vs Silicone

make no exaggeration when I say that I use my non-stick cookware at least once a day. When I moved out of the house, my first housewarming gift was a large mailed package from my mother. When I opened it to find a large teflon skillet, let me say that …

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Roasting Turnips

Turnips are an inexpensive vegetable that are often overlooked. Turnips are usually viewed as animal forage or an emergency food. Their roots are full or vitamins and minerals, high in fiber, and fat and cholesterol free. They can be eaten raw, steamed, boiled, braised, and even fried. The best way …

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How to Sign up for the Pillsbury Bakeoff

Every other year, one hundred home cooks meet to compete in the Pillsbury Bakeoff, America’s oldest cooking contest. The grand winner takes home more than a million dollars! If you have one recipe that’s everybody’s favorite, you really should consider entering your recipe in the Pillsbury Bakeoff. Here’s how to …

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Cheaply and Healthily Eating

“Limited cooking resources” calls to mind a student room with a kettle, a couple of burners and, possibly, a toaster. It also suggests limited funds, so knowing how to eat cheaply and healthily with either type of limited cooking resources would be a huge benefit to many people, not just …

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How to Spice up Corned Beef and Cabbage

An old Irish dish for a new age to spice up and hopefully delight your family. including a song to sing while cooking. This is an old Irish dish usually served for Halloween but is good anytime of the year. It is a nice alternative to the old rep potatoes …

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